Cat’s Lair

Cat's Lair

Welcome to Cat’s Lair!

Take a look at the cats that have owned us and see what they thought of the world as they lived in it and loved it. Might be that you will get a glimpse of what your felines are thinking or not thinking depending on the nap schedule!

All of our cats have been unique and in charge of our house — we have had a head of security, a soft spoken lady, a cat with a larger than life personality and one that loved drinking out of the kitchen faucet for 18 years. There were toys that rolled down the hall and fuzzy blankets that were heated. Our house would be a very lonely house indeed if not for our feline friends that have loved us humans!

And we are fortunate — we will always know we were the ones that were rescued!

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A Cat FactTHE RULES FOR CATS  A Parody
by Leigh Anne Jasheway

Rule #5:  Don’t Meet a Person Halfway

You should in no way indicate pleasure when a person is in the same room. If they want something, they can just darn well come over to where you’re grooming yourself on the couch and present a formal, engraved request.
There are a few exceptions to this rule. You may, for example, meet a person halfway if he or she is carrying a large anchovy pizza. You may also violate the rule if a person happens to be surrounded by paparazzi. Hey, no one deserves fame and fortune more than you do! One word of caution, however, you may find your picture the next morning on The Feline Enquirer and wind up having to hire a lawyer.

Sylvester wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest New Year ever! His stocking will certainly be hung by the chimney with care and he already gave Santa his list. Please remember shelter pets who do not have a home to call their own and give generously to make their Christmas a bit Merrier and Bright!

Remember to watch the gray skies and blowing wind and take care of your outside friends. Bring them inside when the temperature dips low and all those snowflakes start to appear. 
Sylvester (currently following the sun around the house) approved December 2, 2018.